The Prince George’s County officer who was killed after crashing his cruiser in Lanham earlier this month reached speeds of over 100 mph at one point, officials say.
A Maryland Senate panel has voted for some rolled back versions of Gov. Larry Hogan’s tax relief proposals, while rejecting others.
A late game amendment removing state oversight of public charter schools put the emergency brakes on voting for the governor’s charter school bill.
A stockbroker who prosecutors say defrauded clients of more than $2.3 million has been sentenced to more than 8 years in prison.
Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch is backing a measure to boost school construction money for counties experiencing high student enrollment growth.
Teenagers awaiting trial on adult charges in Baltimore are being kept in solitary confinement far too long — up to 143 days in one case, according to a highly critical review by the U.S. Justice Department’s Division of Civil Rights.
An early trial of America’s first 1-cent coin now costs quite a pretty penny — an auction host says one has sold for more than $1 million.
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice’s Baltimore-area home is reportedly under contract.
University of Maryland researchers have one simple request for College Park residents — save your stink bugs.
The owner of a daycare center in Rockville is facing child abuse charges after police responded to reports of a baby not breathing.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has pleaded guilty to a DUI charge Friday, three months after his arrest.
A Thursday night fundraiser at the Pop-Up Playzone in Silver Spring was the latest effort to help the family of Marie Gemmell and her two sons Cole, 3, and Devin, a six-week-old infant, who were killed in last week’s jet crash in Gaithersburg, Md.